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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 25 October 1890

THE OHIO DEMOCRAT SATURDAY, OCT. 25, 1890. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, Q.W.BREHM. Froprlotot Editor. A.. H. 'Wilson, J2n icredaltic Pos t -office at Logan as second-class mailer. DEMOCRATIC STATU TICKET. Secretary of Stato T1IADDEUS E. OROMLEY, of Pickaway County. Supremo Judgo GEORGE B. OKEY, of Franklin County. Member of Board of Public AVorks. LEOPOLD KEIFER, of Miami County. DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET. Probate Judge )7JyLIAM T. ACKER. .Clerk of Court, p. II. LAPPEN. Treasurer, 11. ir. ALLEN. Prosecuting Attorney. J. 13. RIASON. Inflnnary Director, ISAAC A. WRIGHT. Commissioner ABEL CARPENTER. Surveyor JAMES DAVIS. For Congressman 13th Dist. IRVINE DUNG AN, of Jackson county. Member of State Board of Equal i Ization, JOHN ACKLEY. The McKinloy ttariff law heavy tax on tlio poor man. Is a Mn. Duncan grows in favor as liis constituents become acquainted with him. A votj; for Dungan is n vote against Federal interference with ,our elections. A votk for Lewis for Congress is a vote in favor of F...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 25 October 1890

THE OHIO DEMOCRAT SATURDAY, OCT. 25, 1890. This paper jjocs to press at 8 o'clock Friday evening. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT LO0AL NEWS, John Hanson was at Lancaster Tuesday. Logan loads Athens In fire-clay tdovolopmcnt. Democratic mooting to-night atGIbisonvlllo. A pension lias been granted to Martin Warner. Dan Davis was in from Salt Creek this week. A K. of P. Lodge has been In stitutcd at Haydcnville. Oh as Atkins is lying very sick with little hopo of recovery. Tariff on apples 25c a bushel. This helps tho farmer awfully. Tho Republicans aro nil beg ging for complimentary votes. , Mrs. N. J. Hainps has sold her .millinery store to Miss Flo Wolf. Attorney Swiiu'hart,of Adolphi was over horo on business Monday. Next Tuesday week is election (day. Vote tho Democratic ticket. Henry James of Columbus was in town this week visiting rela tives. There are about 850,000 voters in Ohio, of which Hocking has about 5,G00. Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Price re turned, Thursday evening from an extended visit i...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 25 October 1890

UlIE OHIO JXBMOOBAT, LOGAN, OlfiO, SATOBOAT, OCTOBER 25, 1890. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN, OHIO. THE SECRET MOURNER. Hiry bore him on to Ms grave in the heart of the husy town; and with furtive footsteps following, I watched them lay him down; tfco mourners, many and sad though thoy wopt thcroono and alt, rha tears that fU wcro as naught to mine, that vou,M not fall. Wo loioil each other dearly, tn ndahnt Is dls taut now; But something got to his car, and hi suddenly i-hangcd sonicbow ft. something got to his car I never conld gather what ind he Ucpt away from thence, and his love for me was not. I hid niv trilef In my hoart, nnd bore It as best I mlphl; There n" never darkness yet but had somo ro- IIi-viiifjI'Rht; And I found u balm In tho thought that, al- tliotijh his lovo was gono, I could follow him secretly, and In secret still love on. And this I've done through the years that havo come nnd gono since then (So far thu line of woman surpasses the lore of ram); I've hung on his t...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 25 October 1890

r iyc:fi?wnh THM OHIO DEMOCRAT, LOGAN, OHIO, SATURDAY. OCTOBER 25, 1890. nsftyiiiww ft ' FARM AND GARDEN. THE OX WARBLE OR BOT FLY. IIow ItOporntcs it Fnrnalto ltd RIRiot . on the Anlmnl Moilo nf Trrntmont. In n rocont Bullotln of tho Ohio Ex fjorlmont Station, Clnronco M. Wood dlsotissos tho injuries and llfo of tho ox warblo fly or hot fly. Ho Bays that a roccnt caroMl cstlmalu Indicates that flity-slx ior cont. of tho cattlo In Ohio nro attacked by tho ox warble or bot fly (Ilypodorma bovls), and that tho avor a?o loss on tho hides duo to tho Injuries of this insoot amounts to ono-third tholr total valuo, whllo tho added loss duo to tho injury to tho boof for food amounts to an avorago of S4 por animal. Statin tlca gathered from ten of tho principal stock-raising States of tho Mississippi Valloy showed tho lowest por cont. of infestation to bo thlrty-lhreo In Wis consin, and tho htpliost, soventy-throo in Illinois. Tho loss indicated by thoso results has bcon summarized by tho ed...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 25 October 1890

THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, SATURDAY, OCT. 25, 1890. 10 fcWWBCEJUCOTS! ..!! taifwiw ijuBBjauiuJiiJinmt ON" LIVING IN NEW Y011K Nyo Puts tho ExpciiHo at $500 More Than You Gut. OTHER YKUY INTERESTING UltES. Now York World.) FIG. Thorndyko Smilpy, of Snndy Mush TuwtiBiiip, N. "Would it bo too much C, Writes: trouble for you to tell mo with regard to tho expense of living in New York for n man in moderate circumstances it ml who is willing to economize? I hollovo that If folks in Now York only thought so they could save a good deal moro money than they lo. Why do you folks kick so with regard to living in Now York? I get .$30 a month here, but I am of fered $ 10 to go New York. Oughtn't I to go in order to advance and also to make moro money? "Will you also tell mo what you know regarding the new ballot and till ubout its history, if not too much trouble? We all regard itas almost unavoidable." New York is about the only American clly, I know of, Thorn dyke, that does not invite immi gration, T...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 1 November 1890

"SBfSSfW Sjn'f.IWiSfeT ' fnT ri,irai'a.ir.i....Mii 4,'d'ora i , i THE OHIO DEMOCRAT The Ohi WA LARGER CIRCULATION THAN AHY PAPER IN THE VALLEY, y jdOB OFFICE. w Junca of Job Printing Done j i More News for Less Money, , at LOWEST PRICES. 'OnNSi VOL. V. NO. 18 LOGrAJST. O., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1890. TERMS, $1.50 PER YEAR. W ..,, IV , o. Democrat. K e THE PEOPLES BANK of loo Ah. Cash Capital, $60,000.00. Deposits scoured by Individual Liability of ovor Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. tit Drafts nnd StcamBlilii Tickets for said nt low. ost rates. OFFICE, Koom No. 5, Opera House. IiAWHKNon A. Cui.vkii, President. OKOltOK W. FULLEN, VICO PrCSt. ltEUHKM I). Culvkm, Cashier. SCIENCE HAS CONQUERED ! And made It possible to restoro Defective Eyo-SIght to Nor mal Vision. I am happy to announce to our citizens that I have secured one of the 'Johnston Optical Company's PATENT DIOPTRIC EYE METERS, which will enable me to fit all defects of vis ion, each as ASTIGMATISM, IIYPERME TIIOPIA, MYOPJA ...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 1 November 1890

- ttHB OHIO DEMOCRAT, LOGrAtf OHIO, SATimDA. &OVEMIMER 1,1890. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT- LOGAN, OHIO. CURRENT TOPICS. A tlAnntsnuna horso sports a mus tache. In Franco Uio copyright or an author 13 for life LAMrwicics brushed oft dally require no cutting. Porn Li:o spoaks Fronoh fluontly, but no English. Mom: champagno Is drunk In Amorlca than In all of Europe. A senium Is on foot to Join Scotland nnd Ireland by tunnol. Eighty varlotlosofgrapos woro grown nttho Kansas Stato agricultural farm this season. An Atchison man oats blackbirds and Is so fond of thorn that ho buys all tho Ioys can kill. Tub National Llboral Club of London has nppolntod a provisional couimlttoo on Irish distress. New York has twonty-olght thoators; tho gross seating capacity of which is ovor 60,000 people Tub Vandorhilts pay tax to tho city of Now York on oight million dollars of porsonal valuation. Tin: Duko of Portland is tnlrty-thrco yoars old, and ono of tho fattosrt mon in tho United Kingdom. Stephen II. Ty...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 1 November 1890

lr.fTtfftjiis- .fa m -tw -fnr i USGLffl OHIO MilOOBAT, LOGUiT, OHIO, SAWUMDAY, NOYIJISHK 1, 1800. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN, OHIO, ON THE EVE OF SLEEP. What Is softer tlwn two snowflaltos meeting In a windless fall of snowf What la lighter than a down-ball slnltlng On n still strenm's polished flowj Bmoothor thnn tho liquid clrclo sproadlng From tho swallow's touch-and-go? Oh, Bottcr, lighter, smoothor, Is tho first ap proach of Sloop 1 (Yot guard us In that moment, lost thy boon wo may hot keep I) What Is stiller thnn two blossoms kissing Charily with petal-tips? Bweotor thnn tho dewdrop that tholr kissing Doth unsphere and down It Blips? What Is dimmer than tho night-moth groping For tho lily's neetared lips? Oh, stiller, sweoter, dimmer, Is tho first ap proach of Sleep! (Yot guard us in that moment, lest thy boon wo may not keep I) What Is subtler than tho clues thnt tighten Round tho dnnclng mldgo's wings? Bbycr than tho bird Us nest concealing As aloof It nits and sings? Closer ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 1 November 1890

r.vff'5" THJE OHIO DEMOCRAT SATURDAY, jSfOYEMBERl, 1890. S2? THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. W.BItEHM, Froprlotoi - Editor, A.. H. Wilson, Jintcrctl at the Post-office at Logan ps Second-class matter. DEMOCRATIC STATU TICKET. Secretary of Stnto TIIADDEUS E. CROMLEY, of Pickaway County. Supremo Judge GEORGE B. OKEY, of Franklin County. Momber of Boanl of Public Works. LEOPOLD KEIFElt, of Miami County. B-E.UOCKATIG COUNTY TICKET. Probato Judge WILLIAM T. ACKEIt. .Clerk of Court, D. II. LAPPEN. Treasurer, B. II. ALLEN. Prosecuting Attorney. J. B. MASON. Infirmary Director, ISAAC A. WRIGHT. Commissioner ABEL CARPENTER. Surveyor JAMES DAVIS. For Congressman 13th Dist. IRVINE DUNGAN, of Jackson county. Member of State Board of Equal ization, JOHN ACKLEY. Circuit Judge, JOHN 1$. DRIGGS. Don't trade votes. Don't scratch your ticket. No Republican need apply. W. T. Li:vis the La no ue it. Wjikn Republicans rulo the peo ple mourn. D. II. Lapi'KX 2,500 majority. will huvo about Ann you a Democrat ? for the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 1 November 1890

V?. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1890, 'jrwiifj'Pifm.itfiiwwL'iw-t. jLriyjwTitwm it r y Thin paper ijoestoprcss al 8 o'clock Friday evening. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT LOSAL NEWS. Election next Tuesday. Phil. Sllshcr is qulto sick. Got out tlio Democratic voto. Don't leave n Domocrnt at homo on Tuesday. Lot no Democrat bo left nt Jiomo next Tuesday. SnoW foil Thursday at Ilesboro to cover the ground. Somebody said Frank Kosslor will soon bo married. H. W. Coultrap of McArthur -was In town Thursday. A heavy snow storm occurred ihls weok In Wisconsin. Vote tho unscratchod Demo cratic ticket on Tuesday. Let no Democratic ticket bo scratched next Tuesday. Falls precinct will voto at tho Full's Mill, next Tuesday. Do not neglect tho State Dem ocratic ticket noxt Tuesday. Dr. Mansfield was in Athens county Tuesday on business. Special theatro train Nov. Cth. for Columbus only $1 round trip. An increase of pension has been granted to James P. Iiurritt. Alf. Burnett, the celebrated W. Va....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 1 November 1890

fiVGr vssWi x ' TiB OHO BBMOOBAa.', LOGAJST, OHIO, SATTJBDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1890. "S' JIM SHATTUCKS. taBM.JwiVnuffltbedlctlonnry prcmlacus through tlo uir, Jtmf ho'd jub statistics inter yo frum almost e'rywhnro. An1 nl' Krastus Ilccdo SK1 ho ct ncyclopedy 3&rtywonitn"lth his breakfast; on' I b'Kovo bo did, J swear. An' tn knowlcJgo of tho Scrlptut' ho could lay the parson flat, "SBeutMclchlzodck an' Mosos, Jonah on' Joho soph&t, An' you oouldn't fin' his ckll In Leviticus or Zckll; ':Ha bep all tho law an' prophets packed nway beneath his hat. .Ste'd Soto Congcsslonal Roports jest llko his A no, j&n ol nil tho laws and statoots ho possessed a a full idco, An'ho'd arglfy on sclcnco 'Ilh all tho Intollcctunl giants, jlrC he'd run 'cm frum their burrows, an' he'd chose 'cm up a tree .An ilown to Pelcg Parkin's storo ho ustor sot nn' tnlk; One flay w'e:i hu wuz spoutln' In thoro como an orkcrd gawk. An' ho kinder sneaked an' sidled Llko n boss that Isn't bridled .An.' Jim pit...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 1 November 1890

v i!-v!.y,iJiTr'i" aess s- jgyr'ah-'-y-niii.tjgi ' FARM AND GARDEN. GOOD FRUIT LADDER. It Is Ennlty Mmle, Costs Uut YMtlo nnd I.oolts llko n Good TUinc Tho roport of tho poinoloytst (Depart ment of Agriculture) foe Iho year 1889, contains a flguro nml description of a fruit lncldor rocorainondoil ns tho boat tor this use It 19 shown In Fig. 1, and la mado by proQutinp a straight and Blondor round polo (throo or four lnohos In dlamotov), dividing It as shown, with a rip-saw, leaving several foot at tho top, with a smooth Iron band at tho top of .tho split; thon crowd tho two logs flvo or six foot asunder, with a tempo rary braco nallod to thorn. Thon boro holes and Insort tho rounds, and It Is dono. Thoro Is ono dofoot. A part of tho rounds will bo flvo or six foot long, and thoy must bo olthor thick and hoavy for Btrontrtli, or thoy will bo llablo to fjlvo way undor tho woight of tho man who usos It. To givo thorn tho nocos Bary strongth, and yot rotaln thoir no. lightness, all tho ...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 1 November 1890

,$n?m"f'T U Hon. II. L. Chapman Speaks Jackson, O. Oct 20, 1800. To the voters of tho 13th. Congress nl District of Ohio: On account of tho lies that havo been published in tho Cincinnati Commercial Gazette, Columbus Journal and tho Republican papers throughout tho District, and are being circulated both publicly and privately, concerning mo and my relations with Mr. Dungan, tho Democratic candidate for Congress, 3 deem it my duty to publish this card, and In so doing I shall bo ex plicit and emphatic. 1st. Tho story about my saying or being willing to spond .?20,000 or any other sum to secure Mr. Dun gun's election, is falso in overy par ticular. 2nd. That I ever said no minor should bo elected to Congress from this District, and would spend ;nonoy to defeat him is .equally fiilse. I am and always have boon unalterably opposed to tho uso of money In elections ns laying tho foundation for and being in tho end tbo destruction of the rights and liberties of the people. 3rd. Had Hon. N...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 8 November 1890

-whots Offloe LARGER CIRCULATION ( THAH AHY PAPER IH THE VALLEY. More News for Less Money, .;. "' ' r flHE OHIO DEMOCRAr 1 mf T . V T V "1T TT Ilk F f !1 A HP JOB OFFICE. I I I H I J H I I 1 I I H VI I II ,KA "y" . at JkVlVJiST J'Jtiuus. CCl ' VOL. V. NO. IV) THE PEOPLE'S BANK OF LOGAN. Cash Cnplinl, $50,000.00. Deposits secured by Individual Liability of over ' Foai. hundred Thousand Dollars. Does n general bnnkinK bnsln.wi Foreign Dtriftnii(l Htcnmsliiii Tickets for sulo lit low. est rates. X OFFICE, Itooni No. 5, Opera House. tlAWBENOK A. CULVXlt, President. GKonoii W. l'UM-r.N, Vlro l'rest. Ueuiien D. Cu.VEn, Cashier. THE FIRST BANK OF LOO-AX, OHIO. Ofllco Hours from 9 a. m. to 3 p. m. Paid in Casli Capital, $60,000. JTohn Walker, President. CUas. E. Bowcn, Cashier. Docs a general banking business, receives deposits, discounts payor, aud buys and sells Exchange. J2y-HANK In central room In tlio Jnmcs XUoutt. ATTORNEYS. g. w. BREHM. Attorney-at-Law and Notary Public, DoiiiBon iiu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 8 November 1890

frsr yr- v ;"flWB$ P? trrrm OHIO DEMOCRAT, :LOGASr, OHIO, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1890. I TurATcrTAirn t a TiRTfl AtlE I PYT.T.rQinW AT1 Rift A wnriA'Dn wtwmw .tatt. P OHIO CURRENT TOPICS. Sunday Is now generally obsorvod In Japan as n day of rost A colored woman's oxchangois olato enterprise at Atchison. Siam is to havo n 8400,000 olootrlo railway tliirty milos long. Seattle chargos from S200 to 81.000 a day for llconsos for circuses. A lhttku from London says Quoon Victoria is passionatoly fond of bablos. A Wisconsin packing company has paid out 82(1,500 for cuoumbors this fall. A "miit.ti-mh.monairb" is a torra that has boon invontod in tho advanco of tho times. Quo. Jones, a huttor vondor, of Ploas nntvillo, N. J., has fallon holr to SSO, 000,000. Business mon aro complaining of tho ecarcity of papor monoy of small denom inations. St. Louis County, Minn., is about ono and a quarter timos as largo as Con necticut. Population of Davonport, la., (cor roctod), is 28,500; incroaso, 0,0...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 8 November 1890

' r, Hi- "--- --, tf THE OHIO DEAIOOBAT, iOGUJtf, OHIO, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1890. "i uin'mifTin .. F'J it ANGEL and child. Bfesldo n crndlo (or a spaca , An angel paused, and bont to loolr, And seemed to seo his own puro faco As In the mirror ot a brook. r I V" Dear ohlld, that so rcscmblost mo," f, Ho sweetly said, "ah, c'omo nwayl Toijothor wo sbnll happy bo, Thou art too good on onrth to stay. i "Thoro Is no perfect bliss boloiv, For oven ploasuro has Us ctlnsi Each song of gladness chords ot woo, 13ach Joy Us sigh of suHorlngl " Ob, then, must troublo nnd must fours Impair tho beauty of thy brow? Must sorrow dim with blttor toars Thoso eyes, wherolloavon is shining nowf "Not Not Tho flowery flrmnment, Tho Holds of glory for us watt; Tow'rd thco doth Provldonco rolont ' And saves thco from an earthly fata, 41 Let nono wear mourning In thy home, For nil should bo as glad, dear child, This day that bids thy spirit roam As when thy blue oyes carh'est smiled. 4' Let no foco there s...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 8 November 1890

-i .smi t I,, i liimwi nuaii i ti i wiiatu ,i.nniliitt -.n, j 1 1 r ., m , .y.. - , ,f-iTr-ra r.li tin imrili i I VlT ' i .myyHif?, S.ffCTffi' ;3JaS8S3HESSi. BBSS "fir :"WV jr',H;". " Afc fe'f VWKST'V 'W??.'''." W F i"f "" . If KH1m f-tpyyriUI IWWTWinMmllMll"lVlii I" !"! 'tWUHMIIIMMHItlin THE OniO DEMOCRAT SATURDAY, KOYEMBEB 8, 1890. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, U.W.HREHM A.. H. Wilson, Froprlotot Editor. Entered at the Post-office at Logan as S'eco7-crr.is matter. mm i immm HON. IRVINE DUNGAN, The Soldier, Scholar and Member of Congress from District. the 13th Ohio Pkoti:ctiox on cnbbugo and 'ta ter.s' did it. Tirn "Grout American Idea" is knocked silly. Hon. Job n frdtn-the Kith. G. Warwick M. Dist. The Forco Hill looks ugly in the light of recent events. Elections were bold on Tues day in thirty-nine States. "A long farewell to nil my great ness:" McKinlcy's soliloquy. McKixlkv bus joined tho other Mc. nt the bottom of tho sen. PROTECTION n TJ U n aiiea to o ct Itov. 12. 11. Boll was in th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 8 November 1890

J.J, " '' " " Wftg Mi WW Kgrtrttafectf h Mtfcflj.r.fa,i&wiimw'iwM muffin main hmm ..i frgreiHMiriri- THE OHIO DEMOCRAT SATURDAY. yOYEMPER 8, 1890. m i .. .- u - ---f jj i hi ii BinjiMMiiJiiwuiiL iiihuwjwji iminwiiwrwiwi uwiwmtmMUHm t wituwr IIIWWWB TTIfffS W tit 1 ffVito pafflffiofiftb'pr'CBS atSo'olocIt jxriaay evening THE OHIO DEMOCRAT LO0AL NEWS. Martin Warner lins movqtl to Virginia. Thcro woro no Hies on tho Democrats tills your. M. J. Kionlo was in Logan Monday and Tuesday. Pursoll is very, very sad, so arc all tho Republicans. Dr. Cliarlos Parker wag down from Columbus, Monday evening. How do Republicans, liko tho Forco bill and MeKlnley law now V Miss Stella Hamilton lias tak en a position in a store at Buelitol. The Democracy has nchioved u great grand and magnificent victory. John Smith returned last Mon- dny from an extended stiiy in Montana. John Roller celebrated his 21st. birth day last Thursday in appro priate style. Frank Kessler and Miss Kate Sowdcr were married...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 8 November 1890

i-, -., x .sjr ;i-? THE OHIO DEMOOBAT, iLOGkAIT, OHIO, SATtTRDAT, NOVEMBER 8, 1890. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN, OHIO. AUTUMN. brown and b.iro nro tho autumn fields; Reaped and stocked Is tho yellow grain; Bardly a partridge, too stubblo yloUH, Bo cloicly shorn li tho bristly plain. Buinmor Is dying 'mid shower and oloud, Crimson and gold Is her royal shroud. Winter Is coming: tho leafy woods Aro withering fast In their golden prldo; For tho wind Is fierce, and tho rain In floods Is cwcoplng o'er vnlley and mountaln-sldo. Dead leaven nro flying through sun and shado, A crimson carpot all down tho glado. Mute arc tho finches, tho lark, and the linnet: Only tho robin slngi loud and clear, A. sonit for tho beauty and Joy of summer, A sweet good byo to tho wnnlng year. Mead nnd valley nnd mountain steep y' In tho misty sllcnco nro falling asleep. Dut out of their sleep shnll thoy ono day wakia, And srnrlilo anew with pearl and gold, When tho roiy gates of morn reopen, And crown with splend...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 8 November 1890

""" -T-(f "I "II f1------ - ."tJJgtaw-.--.-, tIJ. m M TBB OHIO DEMOCRAT, LOGOS', OHIO, SATURDAY. NOYEArBER 8, 1890. .i XjKSiSllgg'IHSiSSgSg ' I t FARM AND GARDEN. CLIMB 'PICK. An Excellent Dovlo 'r VlekliiR Fruit. Horo aro two convonlont fruit ladders of ray own invpritlon thnt aro not pat ented. No. J 'is common laddor wlUi n tonguo..'lo dottod linos roprosont guards oritondots. Tholr uso Is to pro vont tfctf troo limbo from catchlnrr. on tho ond,Jf thti laddor. Thoy nro raado of the stlir-st wire. Tho uppor ends ro Btnplud to tho tonguo and tho ' lower unds tormlnnto In hooks which faston Into stnplos drlvon Into tho aldo pieces on ,tho outoido. Tho up p'ormost two rounds aro closo togothor No. 1. r l M ff y No. 2. and aro made to slip out Two corre sponding holes in tho lowor ond of tho tonguo rocolvo thoso roundrt whon put In place. Pins of wlro with bont beads aro put through tho movablo rounds and ono of tho aldo pieces, also through tho socond round and tongue, to hold all In...

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